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to assess what happened today. martin savidge is covering the trial for us. he's in sanford florida, together with cnn legal analyst together with former federal prosecutor sunny hostin and martin is joining us from miami. martin, this is all very dramatic and at least the sense was that the defense managed to counter some of the impressions left the other day when trayvon martin's mother and brother testified. they insisted that that voice screaming on that 911 call was the voice of trayvon martin. >> well, again, this was another really remarkable moment, wolf, inside of that courtroom. think about it. you have tracy martin, the father, who is called to the witness stand and questioned by the attorney who is defending the man who killed tracy martin's son. that's of course trayvon martin. so that unto itself sets up the drama. but then you have the issue of a father that is now, as you just pointed out, there were two detectives that took the stand and said unequivocally that they heard tracy martin when they asked him whose voice that was calling 911, that was your son, they hear
that photo. let's bring in jeffrey toobin, martin savidge and former federal prosecutor sunny hostin. jeffrey, i thought he delivered a very powerful closing argument. what did you think? >> i thought he did a good job. i think he bet very heavily, especially in the second half of his summation in that zimmerman's own words, that his various descriptions of the events of that night will convict him. the contradictions. he spent an enormous amount of time going over zimmerman's own words. i think in part that was effective. i also thought he neglected a lot of the other evidence. and i expect you'll hear more from the defense on that subject tomorrow but this was, i thought, a very competent closing argument and the jury has enough before it to convict him of either second degree murder or manslaughter. >> and now that the judge, sunny, allowed that potential manslaughter charge to be considered by the jury, there's less of a hurdle, less of an obstacle to get a conviction as far as man lawyer is concerned as opposed to second degree murder. that was extremely important for the state. >> oh, n
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